|Toyland - O'Shaughnessy, Arthur William Edgar, 1844-1881; O'Shaughnessy, Eleanor|
Book digitized by Google
Keywords: British literature; 19th century
|From Eyewear: "A Place for Aleister" - Adam Fieled|
This piece, "A Place for Aleister...," on the novels of British author Aleister Crowley, was published by Todd Swift on his UK website Eyewear in September 2013.
Keywords: aleister crowley; eyewear; british literature
|The Vicar of Bullhampton - Anthony Trollope|
LibriVox recording of The Vicar of Bullhampton by Anthony Trollope. Read by Angel5 This little-known but engrossing Trollope novel, published in 1870, centers on a feisty small-town clergyman, his cantankerous neighbor, the miller, and the women in both their lives. A murder, a trial, a feud, a fallen woman, and a complicated romance are woven together in an exploration of the limits of our ability to truly do right when we involve ourselves in the lives of others, even with the best intentions...
Keywords: librivox; audiobooks; British literature; fiction; novels; romance
Downloads: 5,704 (2 reviews)
|Episode 3: Virginia Woolf's A Haunted House - Virginia Woolf|
A reading of the short story.
Keywords: british literature; short stories; prose; reading
|Arnold_Bennett_The_Lions_Share - PDGazette|
Portrait of a British schmuck, by popular early 20th Century author Bennett, who was a master satirist and general observer of English suburban life. This is from a public domain collection of Five Towns tales found on Project Gutenberg.
Keywords: Arnold Bennett; British literature; satire; family; audio book
|Alices Adventures In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll - Chapters 7-12|
Continuation of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland -- http://www.archive.org/details/AlicesAdventuresInWonderlandByLewisCarroll -- as read by BellonaTimes. This is a public domain book. The source is Project Gutenberg. My intent is to read these books unrehearsed as one would read to a friend or family member.
Keywords: Alice In Wonderland; Lewis Carroll; children; kids; family; parents; satire; humor; fantasy; British Literature; Children's Literature
|Alices Adventures In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll|
Chapters 1-6 of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, read by BellonaTimes, 2008-2009; chapters 7-12 to follow separate upload. This book is in the public domain and is available via Project Gutenberg. http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page http://www.archive.org/details/AlicesAdventuresInWonderlandByLewisCarroll-Chapters7-12
Keywords: Alice in Wonderland; Lewis Carroll; Children's Literature; British Literature; kids; children; parents; humor; satire; fantasy
|Rain - W. Somerset Maugham|
LibriVox recording of Rain, by W. Somerset Maugham. Read by Bellona Times. One of Maugham's most famous short stories, Rain unfolds in a soggy tropical paradise marred by self-righteous hypocrites trying to force their moral beliefs on a girl who basically just wants to have fun. At a running time of approximately 1 3/4 hours, it is too long for inclusion in a Short Story collection.(Summary by Bellona Times) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds,...
Keywords: librivox; audiobook; fiction; short stories; British literature; 20th century; post-WWI; faith; intolerance; desire; Samoa
Downloads: 28,198 (1 review)
|Book Girl BUZZ - 'And Furthermore' by Judy Dench|
Dame Dench's witty, warm voice shines through in this memoir; a veritable treasure trove of humorous anecdotes about her remarkable life and career, with some fascinating photographs. Ms Dench's surname has been entered into the English dictionary as a verb - find out what it means in English slang if you're 'dench'!
Keywords: talk&interview; judy dench; furthermore; book girl; memoir; british author; dench; #dench; female author; literature; british literature